WINNER 2023 Builder of the Year Small Volume
Justin Gray Homes is thrilled and excited to have received the honor of 2023 Small Volume Builder of the year. This prestigious title is awarded by the Canadian Home Builder’s Association (CHBA) to those who have sold 99 homes or under within the last year and have exhibited qualities of leadership, customer satisfaction and quality craftsmanship within the new home industry. It is a peer-reviewed honor bestowed during the annual Awards of Excellence.
2022 Winner: Best Single Family Home $450K – $500K
MEET QUEEN ALEXANDRA 6:
A WARM, CONTEMPORARY, COUNTRY-STYLE HOME. (10714 71 AVE)
Soothing Master Retreat
The spa-like ensuite features a large, soaker tub and a tasteful glass and tile shower with a soaring 12-foot ceiling. Vaulted ceilings continue in the bedroom where large windows bring in lots of light.
Stylish & Functional Kitchen
A double waterfall island is the centrepiece of this beautiful kitchen. Modern appliances, custom stove hood, and black granite sink elevate the functional aspects of the kitchen, while the open shelving and beverage station leave space for personality to shine.
Light-toned wood and the American clay fireplace bring a natural touch to this bright and airy home. Vibrant white walls and ceilings provide the perfect backdrop for black accents to pop. A thoughtful layout brings all these elements together to provide the perfect home for entertaining.
2022 Winner: Best Single Family Home $500K – $600K
MEET RITCHIE 9: A FRENCH-STYLE CHATEAU
WITH ELEVATED RUSTIC FEATURES.(9646 75 AVE)
Relaxing Master Retreat
The master retreat has large windows, filling it with sun. The vaulted, ship lap ceiling and spa-like ensuite make it a room fit for royalty. The large soaker tub, elegantly tiled shower, and double sinks carry luxury through every detail.
Grand Main Floor
The open-concept main floor includes the elevated kitchen with sparkling quartz countertops, black granite sink, and Kitchenaid appliances. Ship lap ceiling in the dining area and a large gas fireplace in the living room make the main floor warm and cozy.
Douglas Fir wood beams are set into vaulted ceilings and are illuminated by elegant chandeliers. Chic black accents elevate the bright and airy spaces throughout. Oversized windows let light stream in all year round.
What is the CHBA?
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) was established in 1943 and is considered “the voice of Canada’s residential construction industry.” It’s membership is made up of over 9,000 companies across Canada, representing one of the largest industry sectors – including home builders, renovators, land developers, trade contractors, product and material manufacturers, building product suppliers, lending institutions, insurance providers, and service professionals.
About the Competition
The CHBA Edmonton Region Awards for Housing Excellence competition recognizes the best in new homes, renovations, community development, and residential marketing within the Edmonton area. Categories feature a range of awards for many different types of projects, including entry-level homes, attached and detached, production and custom homes, renovations at different price points, net zero homes and renovations, new and growing communities, and a variety of residential marketing efforts.